While the region that encompasses Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia certainly has its strengths, business leaders agree there are issues that it still needs to overcome.
Cookies, pastries, cakes, cupcakes, pies, tarts, donuts and apple fritters.
A partially closed breezeway in downtown Johnson City with a now-demolished veneer wall could be repaired before the end of the year.
The Boone Dam repair project is a huge technical undertaking.
A vacant lot in downtown Johnson City could soon have new life as a restaurant created by the business partners behind Southern Craft, Label and the Stir Fry Cafe.
Pointing to concerns from residents, Johnson City Commissioners have decided they need more information before they can endorse seeking recognition for a historic neighborhood.
Although Johnson City has not yet determined an exact opening date, Adam Dickson, the recently hired supervisor of the Langston Centre, anticipates the long-awaited facility will be open to the public before the end of 2019.
A mixed-use development with room for multiple restaurants, a 150,000-square-foot wholesale retail space, a minimum of one hotel and 212,000 square feet of residential space could be one of the larger projects coming to the Boones Creek corridor off Interstate 26.
A struggling historic cemetery close to downtown likely won’t receive financial assistance from Johnson City.
Roughly 15,000 people packed into the 35 blocks of the Tree Streets neighborhood over the course of a weekend.